France “Pete” Foreman, age 86, of Dacula, GA passed away on Tuesday, January 26, 2016. He is survived by his loving wife, Charlene Foreman; son, Glenn Foreman and wife, Laurie Jean; daughter, Laurie Foreman Wehunt and husband, Ed; A brother; 6 sisters; grandchildren, Eric Foreman and Cole Wehunt. He is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. A celebration of life will be held at 2:00 P.M., Saturday, January 30, 2016 at Wages and Sons Gwinnett Chapel with Dr. Lamar Holley Officiating. Family will receive friends from 12:00 p.m. until service time at the funeral home. Interment will be held on Monday, February 1, 2016 at 12:00 p.m. at Georgia National Cemetery in Canton, GA. In lieu of flower donation can be made in honor of Pete to the Wounded Warriors Project Online condolences can be expressed at

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  1. We are very saddened to hear about Pete !! He was a great husband, father, grandpa & friend !! We will miss his smile & laughter so much !! All of his memories will stay close to our hearts !! Your family is in our thoughts & prayers !! ❤️?

  2. I truly enjoyed the time I spent with Pete! While in college, I worked with him for a short period of time in his coffee business. He was a patient and caring boss. One summer we put his patience to the test as he tried to teach me to water ski on just one ski. He was a wonderful man and I am so glad I had the chance to meet him and spend some time with him. My deepest condolences to Charlene, Laurie, and Glenn. You are all in my prayers.

  3. Charlene we are so very sorry to hear of Pete’s passing. He was a great guy and wonderful neighbor. Our hearts go out to you and the family. We will be thinking of you and lifting you up in prayer.
    Phillip, Candy and Candler Curtis

  4. We want to express our deepest sympathy in Pete’s passing. He was always so nice and friendly and always had a sweet smile. a Just know that you will be in our .
    hearts and prayers

  5. Charlene, I was stunned to learn of Pete’s passing and very saddened. Even though we have not kept in touch, I still remember your wedding and can visualize the picture of the two of you. I was the one who pinned Pete’s boutonniere on and was afraid I did not do it correctly. The years we spent visiting you were the most fun-filled times of my life and I think of them often. Pete was always so interesting, funny, kind-hearted and jovial. He is the one who taught me to water ski also, although I never continued the sport. I also remember all the delicious cooking you did and to this day I mention you to my friends who are good cooks. I tell them you were the cook in the family, but Mrs. Tilton was the one who taught me to cook. You and Pete were very fortunate and blessed to have each other for so many years. You made an ideal couple! Everyone will miss Pete and my heart goes out to you.

  6. May Jehovah God comfort you during this time of loss. Though there may be little that can be said or done to ease your pain, may you find comfort in knowing that many care and sympathize with your sadness. Always know that Jehovah God is with you to strengthen and guide you. May your trust in his promise of a resurrection bring you peace. – Acts 24:15

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